VB6/ Microsoft Office Web Component Charting Library

I am trying to compile a project that attempts to draw graphs from a bunch of arrays.  The previous developer left me some templates that already does this using this:

Dim oChart As OWC.WCChart

I noticed that he had included the OWC Library in his project to get his DLL to compile.  In his documentation, he said he was using the Microsoft Web Component Control MSWCRUN.DLL to draw his graphs.  Well, I looked in his references section and saw that he has included the Microsoft WebClass Library 1.0 (SP4) which references MSCWRUN.DLL.
I have this included in my project also.  However, I am not able to obtain the OWC Charting Library like his project has.  When I try to compile the project, I get an error telling me that OWC.WcChart is a user-defined type that has not been defined.  

Please Help!!!!  
sviriyalAsked:
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sviriyalAuthor Commented:
Never Mind!!!! I fixed it myself.
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sviriyalAuthor Commented:
The solution was to go find the MSOWC.DLL file located in the Microsoft Office folder.  I went into VB6's References section, and clicked Browse.... then found the file and added the web component.  Lo and behold, I now have OWC Library to draw charts with.
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